Greta’s not the author of “her” posts. So who is?
From Cory Morningstar (on Facebook):
“The We Mean Business – United Nations (now partnered with the World Economic Forum) – GCCA – Greta Thunberg campaign is unraveling.
“A Thursday evening software update at Facebook accidentally allowed anyone to view exactly who is posting under the accounts of public figures, businesses and other entities, according to Wired.
“The result? For starters, some 3 million followers of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg have been reading posts written by her father, Svante Thunberg, and a climate activist in India who serves as a delegate at the UN’s Climate Change organization, Adarsh Prathap. Thunberg, Inc. claims Greta is still the one writing the content.” [Links below]
Response from the Greta Thunberg FB account, Jan 11, 2019:
“Some people have been asking who manages this page. First of all, since last spring I only use Facebook to repost what I write on my Twitter and Instagram accounts.
“Since I have chosen not to be on Facebook personally ( I tried early on but decided it wasn’t for me) I use my father Svantes account to repost content, because you need an account to moderate a Facebook page. The rest that is shared on Facebook is reposted from Twitter and Instagram by the guy who founded the Greta Thunberg Facebook page long before I knew it existed. His name is Adarsh Prathap and he lives in India. Since a lot of people thought it was my official page in the beginning I asked if I could co-manage it and he said yes.
All texts posted on my Facebook page has of course been written by me, just like everything else.”
This: “The rest that is shared on Facebook is reposted from Twitter and Instagram by the guy who founded the Greta Thunberg Facebook page long before I knew it existed.”
The Greta Thunberg Facebook page was created on December 7, 2018.
On Dec 8 2018 the first mobile upload appears – Greta with António, Secretary-General of the United Nations. It is a mobile upload. If Adarsh Prathap created the page – long before Greta Thunberg knew it is existed – perhaps he found the image on Instagram & uploaded it via his mobile. Fair enough.
But here is where the story falls apart. Six days later, on Dec 13 2018. A mobile upload of Greta with the accompanying text:
“Now I’m on my way home from Katowice and COP24. Thank you UNFCCC for inviting me. Now we travel through the night, so I’ll hopefully be in time for the climate strike in Malmö tomorrow morning at 8 am.”
Dec 19 2018: A mobile upload of Greta with the accompanying text:
“A few days before I went to Katowice and COP24. I made a TEDx talk in Stockholm. Here it is!”
Dec 23 2018: A mobile upload. A family photo of the Thunberg family. with the accompanying text:
“Happy holidays from me and my family! 😊”
GT Comment: “Thank you all. Merry Christmas”
Again – “long before I knew it existed”
So there is that. Posts that are clearly to be interpreted as written by Greta – 6 days after the account was created.
If Adarsh Prathap was writing posts as Greta – as early as Dec 13 2018, long before she knew it existed, therefore, without her permission – we would call this a fake account.
Yet, Thunberg maintains she has written all the posts. [“All texts posted on my Facebook page has of course been written by me, just like everything else.”]
Further there is the blue badge verification which required application and verification of identity. I do not know what day it was verified – but I think it is worth asking what day the application was made. The application would have had to be done using Thunberg’s own name, with official documents to verify her identity.
Prathap calls Greta his friend. Greta calls Prathap “the guy”.
Top this off with the fact that Prathap has been taken under the wing of the United Nations, World Bank, and Wetlands Convention. And he – out of approx. 8 billion people just happens to create this page – “long before” Greta Thunberg “knew it existed”.
A recent article by Swiss industrialist André Hoffmann is part of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2020 (theme: “Redefining Capitalism”). Hoffman writes:
“Above all, we need to forge a #NewDealforNature and People…”
Who is André Hoffmann? In addition to his family’s elite/direct ties to the WWF (gross violator of Indigenous Rights), he is president of the MAVA Foundation (a key funder of the Natural Capital Coalition) and vice- chairman of the board for Roche, the pharmaceutical and chemical giant founded by his family. He also serves as senior adviser at Chatham House and numerous other boards, including the World Economic Forum, the Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution and SYSTEMIQ. André Hoffmann’s father, Luc Hoffmann, served on the first international board of the WWF (co-founders include Goddfrey Rockefeller). In addition to his contributions to the founding of WWF, Luc Hoffmann also founded WWF France and WWF Greece. He served as honourary vice-president to WWF until his death in 2016. In addition to the support provided to the WWF, Luc Hoffmann served as director of Wetlands International, was vice-president of the IUCN (World Union of Nature Conservation) and established the International Bank of Arguin Foundation in Mauritania. This is important to recognize as in 2013 this project received the “first international payment for marine ecosystem services”. Here we have a key backer of the project to transform the global economic system – by monetizing nature. Those with money will buy nature.
All roads lead to the monetization of nature under the campaigns New Deal For Nature and it’s sister campaign Voice for the Planet. In Sept. 2019 Greta Thunberg did a promotional video for World Economic Forum for this campaign.
This is not going to end well. As a general rule, no likes to be manipulated. Not too long from now, when the “solutions” begin to roll out – as a response to our “demands” for climate action (which will be portrayed as a victory for the people) – the fog is going to lift for many people. There will be tears. There will also be anger. It will be too late.
A 100 Trillion Dollar Storytelling Campaign [A Short Story]
Jan 10, 2020, Wired: A Facebook Bug Exposed Anonymous Admins of Pages:
Jan 12, 2020, ZeroHedge: Facebook Glitch Reveals Greta Thunburg’s Father Posting As Teenage Climate Activist